Newspaper Page Text
DAILT CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, 8ATTJBDAY. FEBETTABT 2, 1914.
I ! '1 Tlie Lenten' season having opened mid-week, social activities have been largely restricted to informal card parties and musical atfairs, of which many are planned for the coming "season of pennance." i Mrs. Charles L. McNary and Mrs. E. P. Boise, Jr., entertained Friday afternoon for Mrs. E. Brcyman, Mrs. William C. Knighton assisting the host esses. A profusion of cut flowers was used, adding a spring note to the dec orations. Dainty refreshments were served, and the guests occupied them selves quite informally with needle work. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Boise, Jr., en tertained seveu tables of their 500 club Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McNary and' Mr. and Mrs. William C. KnightoiTbeing guests of the club. The ladies' prize was awarded Miss Winni fred Byrd and the gentleman's prize was secured by Max Buren. Dainty re freshments were served, and the unique favors were all suggestive of Wash ington, the event being near the anni versary of his birthday. MrB. B. L. Steeves and Mrs. F. A. Iegg were joint hostesses last Friday afternoon when they entertained the Kensington club at the Steeves homo. Cut flowers and potted plants were ar ranged artistically about the rooms. Iiefreshments wero served. The Auction Bridge club met with Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roberts Friday evening. Mrs. E. F. Carlton entertained the "'Mystic Four" bridge club Tuesday evening, additional guests making up nine tables. Canary daffodils were used effectively in the decorations. As sisting the hostess in serving dainty refreshments were Mrs. Roy Burton and Mrs. J. H. Van Winkle. Card honors fell to Mrs. J. A. Churchill and Harry IVenderoth. Mrs. A, L. Brown entertained last evening, asking in her close neighbors in honor of her husband's birthday. Three tables of 500 were played. Mrs. F. X. Hofer assisted the hostess in serv ing dainty refreshments. '" ft ft 'Salem friends of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. McNary and Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Tamasie will be interested in the fol lowing account of a party given by them at their new home: A brilliant event in Pendleton last week, which vas attended by a number of Portland people, was the roception and dancing party given at the Eastern Oregon state hospital by Dr. and Mrs. Wilson D. McNary, Dr. and Mrs. Augustus E. Tamiesie and Dr. Kufus H. Hagood. About 100 guosts wore present and the occasion marked the formal advent of the tango and hesitation waltz in Pen dleton society. The assembly room was decorated with palms, flowers and illuminated hearts, symbolical of tho ."Valentine season. beautiful gifts were received by the little hostess. Covers were laid for the Misses Gennelle Vandervort, Con stance Green, Geneva Endieott, Retta Phillips, Lucile Moore, Macyle Hunter, Margaret White, Florence Elgin, Edith Young, Thelma Cook, Pauline Know land, Reta Reed, Pauline Johnson and the young hostess. Mrs. A. L. Honmard, nee Miss Nina Jones, was the guest of honor at a party Wednesday evening at tho Graham home on Court street, when the Misses Margaret and Stella Graham en tertained informally. Twenty-eight young women were asked. Refresh ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoven were pleasantly surprised last Saturday evening by the unexpected appearance of a number of friends who made morry at games until a late hour. Refresh ments were served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hoven, Mrs. Eunice Smith, Misses Maggie Bartruff, Duncan, Mary Alderman Byrd, Mary Stephens Pruitt, Sarah Stephens Basey, Burrilla Stephens Halbert, Nancy Al derman West ley, Pauliua Steiger Pur viue, Gertrudo Purvine Remington, Emma Purvine Prescott, Celstine Franklin Emmitt, Mary Ernest Jen nings, Hannah Phillips Barker, Mary Skaife Phillips, Jo.sephine Keene Skaife, Susan Higgins Smith, Ella Higgins Anderson, Lizzie McLench Watson, Lizzie Caldwell Libby, Alice McLench Caldwell, Miss Anna C. Teek emeyer, Miss Mary Wait, Miss Dora Walker. . A very pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mrs. Mary Goughuour, 1330 D street, Wednesday, February 11, at 6 o'clock, when her daughter, Jessie, became the bride of Mrs. Earl E. Chapel. The ring ceremony was used; after the ceremony a wedding dinnor was served. Rev. H. E. Dorks of the United Brethren church officiated and only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom were present. Mr. Gussie Wulff, Mary Dunigan, Cecille and Mrs' ChaI)el wi be at home at Kunths, Lavilla Perry, Ruby Hill, Hul dia Hoven, Ethol Smith, Myrtle Ireland and Grandma Hoven; Messrs. Ralph Stephens, Oscar Hoven, Charles 385 Bellevue to their March 1. friends after Tho following announcement appear Knuths, Jobe Turner, Howard Blivan, ing the Gazette-Times of Corvallis, Frank Smith, Maurice Dunigan, Fred ' will be of interest to the Salem friends McCall, Fred Ireland, James Kuhns,'of the young people: To) (O) Standard oc3 Medicine the whole world over HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA, Drug gist everywhere tell and feel safe . in recommending it because it givea such general satisfaction. Purifies, builde up, oreatee appe tite, overoomee that tired feeling. Get a bottle today. Dan Bartruff, Edward Scharf and Carl Brand. ' ceived. Mr. and Mrs. Swarthout left immediately via Albany for Portland on a brief wedding trip. Later they will return to Salem, where they will be at home to friends. The bride is an accomplished and talented young wo man, a graduate of the, O. A. C. school of music, and has a wide circle of friends who join in wishing her evory happiness. Her husband is an O. A. C. graduate, a former popular student, now registrar at Willanittte University at Salem. Both bride and groom are worthy young people, very highly esteemed, and friends extend congratu lations and sincere wishes for a wed ded life of prosperity and happineei. A colonial party was given Friday evening by the American Yeoman lodge. Dancing was enjoyed until a late hour when refreshments were served. The unique favors were small hatchets upon which were painted a cluster of cherries, the design not only being an appropriate one for the Cherry city at all times but emphasizing the memorable tree-chopping act attributed to Washington. Mrs. Carl O. Engstrom eutertained tho East Central circle of the First Methodist Episcopal church Weduesdny afternoon at one of tho largest meet M. . Predominant among tho society func tions or tlie week, one of tlie most ing. of tno yeBri Af tor ft vcry snort A- 1 1 fl .UA . .... cmuuno ami ueuum.ui ui uic ui; bm nisn Hess on. an interest nir nro- C. rettys and J. x. uuniap en-.B1,rnlg weddings, was that solemnized . mm wa8 rodered. Mrs. U. S. Dot joyed a uirtnuay dinner at tne nome oi at the Presbyterian cnureli w cdnesday B011) iss Lena DotBou, Miss Davis, Mr. Pcttys in PoIK, county, Monday evening, February IS, at 8 o'clock, , jiiS8 Frances Penn and Mrs. R. W. evening, February 16. Both having when Miss Gertrude McBee was unite ! ' Simeral were heard in vocal and in- in marriage to Arthur auce bwartliout strul,u.ntai soios au(j readings. The of Salem. Decorations at the church house was prettily decorated with were simple, but very beautiful, f orns 1 8Wlriet au,i yellow tulips in the dining and Oregon grape, enlivened by the room ttU(i greenery in the living rooms. been born the same day and year, Mr. Pettys at Baraboo, Wis., and Mr. Dun- lap at Philadelphia, Pa. A chicken pie dinner was served and a birthday cuke with decorations of candles. Mr. Dunlap received a post card shower from his mother and sister in Connecti cut, with a card for every year. A pleasure seldom realized by many of the cosmopolitan west was enjoyed by Mrs. Alice McLench Caldwell, at her homo, 460 N. Commercial street, Tuesday, February 24, when a party of her old friends dropped in to bid her bon voyage on another year of life. Twenty-four, most of them old residents of Spring Valley, had beon notified and, although the rain fell in torrents, a goodly number assembled, and the surprise, which had been plan ned by Mrs. Lizzie McLench Watson, for her sister'? 55th anniversary, was a groat success. Of the invited guests j 20 were native Oregonians of whom 9 were territorians. Mrs. Wait and Mrs. Mary Purvine were requested to tell of crossing the use of pink tulle, presenting a charm- Dai,lty refreshments wero served, ing effect. Lattice work interwoven I with fernjs and brightened by two Mrs. P. L. Frazier ' was a recent large pedestal lights, formed a bower hostess to the Elite Embroidery club at where the wedding party gathered for ' iler bome on North Summer street, tho the service. With Mrs. ' William hostess boing assisted in serving by Frederic Gaskins at the organ, Mm iel daughter Genoviove, and sister-in Maude Turlay sang "Because," to jaW) Miss Frazier. The club members tho delight of the guests, and as the attending were: Mrs. J. A. Bernard!, Gaskins played Lohengrin's wedding march and the bridal party entered. Misses Gladys Roby and Trcssa Nichols in flainty -pink and yellow costumes, with large picture hats and Bhower bouquets of rose pink carnations, en tered first, followed by Mrs. C. V. Swann as matron of honor. The bride, accompanied by her father, W. II. Mc Bee, who gave her iuto the keeping of tho groom, followed closoly and was a vision of loveliness in her cstume of white charmeuBe, elaborated with lace and pearl trimmings, ner long veil, Trances Ward, the ten-year-old 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward entertained ten of her girl friends last ISaturday afternoon at a delightful party, honoring her own birthday and that of Washington. The birthday rake was especially beautiful, orna mented with flags, and red cherries, riace cards were miniature hatchets with hand-painted red cherries, WEDDING INVITATIONS Announcements, At-Home Cards, and Society Printing. FULLER PRINTING CONCERN Phone Main 2179. plains and of Spring Valley 60 years which fell in graceful folds, was at ago. Mrs. Pruitt and Mrs. Smith told j tached to her hair with sprays of of the flood and the hard winter of '62 orange blossoms and was becomingly and '02, when Salem's business streets fashioned into mob-cap. She carried were traversed by steamboats and a shower bouquet of bride's roses and later, snow covered the ground for six lilies of the valley. Mrs. Swann wore weeks. After the singing of "Auld an elaborate eostume of pink brocadod Lang Syne" and other songs, Mrs. J charmeuse, enhanced by largo Abrams called the roll of the Spring picture hat, and carried roso pink car- Valley school, when she taught there j nations. Awaiting at the altar were in '71, then a dignified young lady of the groom and H. M. Roborts, his bort but 15 years, and Mrs. Watson fol-1 man, and as the party 'assembled the lowed with the roll of '81, thus bring- beautiful and impressive ring ceremony ing to mind many known in years gono'was performed by Dr. J. N. R. Bell. by. A delightful feature of the after-, The ushers were Tom Stevens, of Al noon was the presentation to Mrs. Ibany, and Nash Taylor. A largo re Caldwell, by her sister, of a beautiful , ception was held immediately at tho sold gold pin which had been made home of the bride's parents, Mrs and from the frames of their mother's Mrs. W. II. McBee, and was attended spectacles and which had been worn by one hundred or more invited guests. Many by her for 60 years. Mrs. Libby as- . The home was attractively adorned sisted in the serving of a delicious with pink tulle, ferns, Oregon grape luncheon, after which ail joined in and pink carnations. Mrs. J. F. Porter, singing "God Be With You Till We Mrs. Floyn Hogue, Mrs. W. D. Mc Meet Again," and with good wishes ('ready and Mrs. Jack Lane, the latter Mrs, May Rogers, Mrs, Nellie Knox, Mrs. Ray Clark, Mrs. O. G. Schollberg, Mrs. Claud Lucas, Mrs. N. 8. Stewart Mrs. A. M. Clough, Mrs. D. II. Weyant, Mrs. C. G, Given, Mrs. II. St. Holen, while the visitors were Mrs R. L. Bryant of Portland, Mrs. W. W. Hill and Miss Mildred Baxtor of Spray, Oregon. , Mrs. G. C. Given entertained the Elite Embroidery club Thursday after noon at her homo, 1564 North Coin mcreial Btrcct. Refreshments were served and tho ladies occupied theni' solves with needlework. Mrs. Fred 8. Bynon eutortainod the Needlecraft club at her homo Wednos day afternoon, A dainty lunchoon was served and tho time spent pleasantly at needlework. Member," Eleanor .Colony; "Old Maids," Lou Jane Hatch; "The Pei reans," Miss Lulu Walton; "Class Prophecy," Grace E. Smith. A bevy of pretty girls from the domestio science department of the high school, under the instruction of Miss Bertha Edwards, served. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Allison, Inice Bell, Orpha Bell, Eleanor Colony, Miss Chap man, Miss Christensen, Minnie Corne lius, Nellie Campbell, Eva Dimmit, Anna Dillon, Ruth Dillon, Alpha Donica, Bertha Edwards, Edith Fugate, Ruth Fugate, Margaret Fisher, lone Fisher, Margaret Graham, Lou Jane Hatch, Echo Hunt, Christabel Jewett, Magdalene Kunz, Viola Lias, Lottie Lally, Amy Martin, Lillian Martin, Mildred McBride, Katheriue McClellan Margaret Pooler, Emily Pranson, Alma Pohle, Edith Rideout, Grace E. Smith, Lulu Walton,, Louise Walton, Laura Yates, Ethel Zimmerman, and Donald Allison, the class mascot. The ladies of the Central Congrega tional church held an art loan exhibit an cooked food sale in the church parlors Friday afternoon and evening,; having on display articles of interest, such as old china, candlesticks, fancy work, war relics, a spinning wheel 150 years old, a copper teakettle 80 years old, an Indian war tpear and cimeter, from the meeting at Cawnpore. Tho 'hristian Endeavor socioty had an orange demonstration booth and home mado candies. The George Washington party of the Woman's alliance of tho Unitarian hurch at ('banning hall was a very plensant event, attended by frionds and members. Miss Ethol Flotchor Everybody Admires a Beautiful Complexion- DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S . Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL EEAUTIFIER Jin Indhpensable and Delightful Toilet Requisite for Fashionable Women. A dally necessity for the ladles' toilet whether at home or while traveling. It protects the skin from Injurious tit ecu of the elements, Rives a wonderfully ef fective beauty to the complexion. It la a perfect non-greasy Toilet Cream and pos itively will not cause or encourage the growth of hair which all ladles should guard against when selecting a toilet pre paration. When dancing, bowling or oth er exertions heat the skin, it prevents a, greasy appearance. Gouraud's Oriental Cream has been highly recommended by physicians, act resses, singers and women of fashion for over nal a century and cannot be sur- fiassed when preparing for dally or even ng attire. Gouraud'l oriental Cream cures Skin Diseases and relieves Sunburn. Removes Tan, Pimples, Blackheads, Moth Patches, Rash, Freckles and Vulgar Redness, Yellow and Muddy Skin, giving a delicately clear and refined complexion which every woman desires, No, 11 For sale by DrugglstB and Fancy Goods Dealers. W Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York. SKTH rvr0 1 Foetw ItousiwiaBMtmnfc j MUMMsins arm Umu,. (1 n ;' ' S70ltUTJain.- NcwtbeH.) MUSICAL NOTES Socioty, Musical, Club, or Personal Notes, intended for the Satur- day issuo should reach The Capital Journal office by 3 o'clock p. ni,, Friday. A number of Miss Grace Thompson's pupils were presented in a very sue cesful piano recitnl, Thursday at her read an instructive paper upon "Early Htudio, 215 Lincoln street. The stu- 1 1 CLUBS Tho Peirean class of the First Methodist Kpincopal church gavo a banquet in the parlors of tho church Friday evening, February 13. The guests were seated at one lung tulilo artistically decorated with urns of brilliant red carnations and greenery. Hearts and etipids predominated in the looser table nppointements, suggestive of the spirit of Ht, Valentino, Place cards contained vcry cleverly written rhymes, which occasioned, a great deul for one another, the guests departed, of Portland, served ices and coffee in of merriment. Scarlet candle and wishing such gatherings 'might bo more tho dining room and wero assisted by , shades completed the color scheme, 'frequent. Those invited were: Men- Mrs. Clarence McCroady, Mii-s Lillian . During tho courses a number of clever dames Rebecca Bowen Wait, Ellen Hnniiey, Mixs Georgia White and Miss and interesting tun.Hts wero given, n Wait Southwiek, Mary Walker Purvine, Margaret llerron. Mrs. Harold Wood-1 follows: "Class History," ,1. K. Alii Nancy Walker, Henry, Emma Alderman cock and Mrs. A. O. 11. Bouquet re- son, teacher; "When 1 Was a New History of Unitarlanism in America." dealing with Dr. Freeman and King's Impel, the first Boston church to de lure itself Unitarian. Tho table and dining room were tnstily decorated and C'hannig hall was decorated with tho national colors. The West Central circle of the First M. E. church met with Mrs. C. W. Brasher, 475 North Commercial street, Wodnosday afternoon. The timo was spent in sewing and conversation. At 6 o'clock dinner was sorvod, tho gen- tlomen boing invited at this hour. Later the following program was presented.; Piano solo Miss Benedict Baritone solo Mr. Thompson Whistling solo Mrs. Clark Rocitation Grotchon Brown Piano solo Miss Harper Tho Scholarship Loan fund, one of tho important works of tho federated women's clubs, is still recoiving re turns from' the entertainments giveu during January and February, the fol lowing summary, shows tho extent of the movement throughout the state; The returns from tho Portland Wo man's club benefit entertainment are not quite comploto, but over $100 has boon received thus far. Contributions throughout the city and state up to date are as follows: Mrs. Elizabeth Bourne, $20; Brownsville Civic Im provmnut club, $3; Baker Alpha Lite arry club, $1; Rosoburg Montal Culture club. $15; Bau.lon Ladles' Thimble club, $2; Onwego Woman's club, $0,50; Greater Medford club, $10; McMi-nn villo Civic Improvement club, $14; Portland Coterie club, $15; Forest Grove Woman's club, $18; Portland Branch Council of Jewish Womeu, $50; Ontario Woman's club, $!!2,45; Jcffer sou Woman's club, $11; Junction City Woman's Improvement club, $5; Pon dleton Current Literature club, $10; Albany Civic Improvement club, $10; Curvallis Colleg Folk club, O. A. C,, $10; Woodlmrn Woman 'a cluh, $S,75; Aurora Woman's club, $7.50; Cottngo (Irovo Woman's club, $11.3(1; Jordan Valley Kill Knro Klub, $5; Portland Shakespeare Study club, $7; Tho Dalles Sorosis club, $21; Astoria Reading club, $1; Mrs. W, II. Fear, $10; La Oriuulo Neighborhood club, $10; Mount Scott Mental Culture club, $20; Portland Tuesday Afternoon elul), $2.50; Mrs. T A, I'ettit, $10; Lebanon, The Woman's Civic club, $.1.25; total $:iM.:il. The French club, organized recently (Continued on page six.) dents showed marked progress since tho last meeting of the class. After tho following program, a dainty buffot luncheon was rerved. Valse Gurlitt Sylvia Thompson Seronado Laneiaul Alice ProBnnll Duot "Moonlight" Martaine Miss Morrison, Mrs. Thompson "Dance of the Village Maidens" Lindsa Bertha Vick Hallie Compton 'The Hunter's Carnival" ..Krogmann Marjorie Wilson Duet Streabog Miss Christonson, Mrs. Thompson Dorothy Waltz Anon. Zeda Rhoten "The Woodruff" Smallwool Fannie Morrison Duet "Jingle Bolls" Marjorie Wilson, Bortha Vlck Friendship Waltz Stroi Frieda Christensen Reading Georgia Wilson Bortha Vick Duot, "Forgot-Me-Not Valse Engolmann Joan Compton, Sylvia Thompson Queon of My Heart" Holliday Marjorie WHbou "Happy Poasant" Schumann Alice Presnall "Fairies' Waltz" Anon Joan Compton Duet, "Farmer Lads" Harold Mclntire, Cecil Thompson Violin solo Hallio Compton (a) "Kiss of Spring" (b) "Melody of Love Engolmann Bortha Vick Musical tests. On Saturday, February 14, Miss Laura Grant gave a pupils' recital at her homo, 859 Ccntoi street. A num ber of the parents and frionds of the pupils wero present. The following program was presented: "ViiIho Caprice" Rathbun Mrs. Ellen Woods, Miss Grant "Fairy Waltz" !.Strenbog Margaret Davis "Pink Hehottische" H. Llchner Cecil Deacon "Song of tho Wildblrds" Hudson Alice Roth "First Waltz" Hchmoll Roy Morriss " 1'urget Me-Nol " Martaine Alice Until, Pearl Turner "Melody in V" Riibensteiii Ruth Thompson "Frolics of Spring" Barrett Willotta Welch 'Chasing the Butterflies" Sawyer Pearl Turner 'Fairy Schottischo" Streabog Donald Allison . , 'Rippling Waves" Millward Emery Good 'Spring Song" (Arr Martaine) - Mendelssohn ' Cecil Deacon, Kcnnoth Perry The Chemawa Indian band, organized some 17 years ago, but of necessity having a constantly changing person nel, won new honors Sunday eveniiig at a concert given at the school, under the direction of L. S. Loos. A mini- bor of Salem people attended. The following program was presented: Overture, ' LuBtspicl " Kolel-Bela "Holy City" ......Adams Miss Louise DeChamp "Moxlcan KiBsos" Chos. J. Roberts "Autumn Colors" C. L. Barnhouse William Walters Salon Pioce, "FirBt Heart Throbs" R. Eilenberg "When the Ebb Tide Flown" Bingham-Gordon William Jackson Serenade, "Angelic Choir," ..........'.. F. A. Meyer .. "Forgotten" Cowle Miss Julia Durkee '"Round the World" ....Mackie Beyer Fiualo. Soloists Miss Julia Durkee, con tralto Miss Luoise DeChamp, soprano; William Jockson, baritone; William Wulters, euphonium. A colonial party was given last Fri day evening at the First Buptiut church, when 250 persons met to do honor to Ooorge Washington. Many of the guests appeared in tho costumes of that period, and this with the, following patriotic program made the event au very enjoyable. "America" Audience. Vocal duet - - , Messrs. Tlieo Roth and Edmund Reading - Mrs. O'iN'oil Farmer stories ..... Mrs. Edith Kellog Bartlett Duet, "I Told Yon So." Messrs. Roth and Broer Solo, "Star Spangled Banner" Mrs, Theodore Roth Address (In Colonial costmut) Rev. H. E, Marshall "Churches" (A "Dooleyism") Fred Bynon After weeks of rehearsal that have brought the work of the Williimctto I'niversity Glee cluh up to a high standard of perfection arrangements (Continued on page 0.) MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS By Gross Henry Jr.Says COFFEE tkCfkirtn Cop.sv tut. -' l V KftJeiX.,NWEU,F VDv too I V I K-J L 7 I . .i , I I II III' I U-n"' VVeTT nap Some ,n, V jv HI . 4 flhLJM F . R . Li i. p'EMte at tug 3rSG&S IS PM.Ttf MAIS f I :l 1 d'. i . ' f ,1ti CI l Ji